How to Choose the Perfect Multimasking Cocktail for Your Skin – YouBeauty

Multimasking is a new trend that is gaining popularity in the beauty world and on social media. Dr. Roshini Raj explains the idea behind this new trend and shares her tips on how to best incorporate it in your beauty routine. Read the entire article on YouBeauty

July 30th, 2015|Media & Television, Publications|0 Comments

Success Secrets From America’s Doctor, Roshini Raj – Chris Dessi

Dr. Roshini Raj sat down with Chris Dessi to talk about the secrets behind her career and how she balances being a mom, doctor, media personality, and TULA co-founder. Read the entire interview on Chris Dessi

July 25th, 2015|Media & Television, Publications|0 Comments

How Skin Probiotics Work—and Whether or Not You Should Use Them – StyleCaster

Dr. Roshini Raj and dermatologist David E. Bank talk about the topical benefits of probiotics, including their ability to help with acne, skin redness and aging. Read the entire article on StyleCaster 

June 22nd, 2015|beauty, Media & Television, Publications, TULA|0 Comments

Five Tips for Surviving Spring Allergy Season

With spring comes sunshine, warmer weather and unfortunately for 45 million Americans[i] - including myself - seasonal allergies. This year we’re in for a doozy, with predictions that 2015 will be one of the worst allergy seasons in years[ii].  So, watch out allergy sufferers - the Pollen Tsunami is upon us! The constant sniffing, sneezing, itching and eye rubbing can have us longing to travel back in time to the Polar Vortex. Well, maybe not - but it definitely has us reaching for the tissue box more regularly! That's why I teamed up with Filtrete™ Brand and am sharing some proactive steps to living a healthier lifestyle during allergy season: Pretreat your allergy symptoms before they begin. If possible, begin taking medication two weeks before the season starts for the best defense but as we’re now in the thick of spring, it’s a good idea to consult with your doctor to determine which medications will be most effective for your symptoms. Take control of your environment. To prevent the entry of pollen and other allergens into the home, keep windows and doors closed. Invest in a heavy-duty doormat and remove your shoes when you enter the home. As the temperature rises, use air conditioning and make sure to change the filters in window units often. Pollen and other allergens don’t just exist outside in nature, so take care to create a cleaner, healthier home. Make every breath count and change the Filtrete™ Healthy Living Filter in your HVAC system more often during this time of year; it pulls in and traps allergens while letting cleaner air flow through. It’s a yucky thought but by the end of the day, your clothes, skin and hair can be covered [...]

June 4th, 2015|Publications|0 Comments

5 Ways You’re Washing Your Hands Wrong That Could Make You Sick – Reader’s Digest

Improper handwashing can leave you susceptible to germs. Dr. Roshini Raj shares 5 ways you're washing your hands wrong. Read the entire article on the Reader's Digest

May 29th, 2015|health, Media & Television, Publications|0 Comments